Raspberry Passion Perfect Energy

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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  • “Another free sample that KallieBoo threw in for me :). This tea was a bit odd done hot. The dry smell was delicious, like a sweet, fresh picked raspberry. Something about fruity teas served hot...” Read full tasting note
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    Kokopelli8885 47 tasting notes
  • “This is a really odd tea. It has a different scent and flavor... and not in a good way. It tastes like a diet soda and I can't stand diet sodas. If I'm drinking soda, it best not have those fake...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I hate this tea. I don't know if I've ever had a tea this terrible before. I cannot even bring myself to take more than a few sips. It just tastes weird. Sweet, kind of bitter, and has this sharp...” Read full tasting note
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    Tamm 538 tasting notes

From Yogi Tea

Looking for the “perfect” energy boost? Discover Yogi Perfect Energy™, a unique blend of tea with naturally invigorating herbs that energize the body and focus the mind, without jittery side effects. A complex and delicious blend of Organic Green Tea and Organic Assam Black Tea invigorate the body, while natural amino acid L-Theanine promotes calm, mental focus. Ayurvedic herbs Organic Gotu Kola Leaf and Ashwagandha act to balance and energize naturally. Raspberry, Passion Fruit and a hint of Sage combine for a delicious and intriguing tea that is sure to energize the body while calming and focusing the mind with every cup.

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47 tasting notes

Another free sample that KallieBoo threw in for me :). This tea was a bit odd done hot. The dry smell was delicious, like a sweet, fresh picked raspberry. Something about fruity teas served hot throws me off though. It was okay…not something I would go out of my way to buy, if it was made hot. I think that if it was cold I would have liked it a lot better, but seeing as I was at work I didn’t have much of a choice brewing wise. Also, I may have steeped it way too long considering one of my patients randomly started screaming. It did seem to give me an energy boost though, which was a plus.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more

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1412 tasting notes

This is a really odd tea. It has a different scent and flavor… and not in a good way. It tastes like a diet soda and I can’t stand diet sodas. If I’m drinking soda, it best not have those fake sugars. I think both teas and sodas would taste better without the fake sugars. It even tastes like vitamins have been diluted in here! Along with the fake sugars, this has a sour raspberry taste. And this is supposed to have assam in it? It’s very weak if it’s there at all. But there is just a ton of odd ingredients in this. I like that Yogi tries to be different, I just wish they would be different in a good, tasty way.

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I hate this tea.
I don’t know if I’ve ever had a tea this terrible before. I cannot even bring myself to take more than a few sips. It just tastes weird. Sweet, kind of bitter, and has this sharp odd flavor I can’t pinpoint. I don’t know what to do with the rest of this box, but the trashcan is looking a bit inviting.

Tamm

I’m just sad because I was so excited to try this! I’ve only had one other Yogi tea that I didn’t really care for. But it sure wasn’t unpalatable!

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